“Hizbullah is well trained for this and they know every square meter in all of Galilee. They don’t even need tunnels; they have areas like Maroun Al Ras that can allow them to study the territory. Gen. Jaber explained that Hizbullah only needs to get a hold of about 7 or 10 districts. And with small groups of about 40 to 50 well-trained and well-equipped fighters, they can take control, and force a siege on the entire area making close combat impossible for “Israel”.
However, Hizbullah will definitely be “crossing the red line” in “Israeli” terminology, and “Israel” could react severely by putting all of Lebanon under aggressive fire. The entire scenario is quite critical for “Israel” more than it will be for Lebanon. “Israel” will not only have lost control of Galilee which it could not bomb, it will also be incapable of holding up Hizbullah’s rocket fire which could reach strategic points in the heart of Palestine, namely the Ben Gorion Airport in Tel Aviv. Despite the fact that “Israel” has been working on its Iron dome anti-missile system which could be into effect in any future war, it can only stop around 40% of the rockets which on “Israeli” counts are more than 45 thousand.
But Hizbullah’s secretary general did say: “If “Israel” tries to invade Lebanon again, then be ready to occupy Galilee.” Hizbullah has never been willing to actually start a war. Sayyed Nasrallah has been an expert on balancing psychological morale boosting for the people, while launching psychological warfare on his enemy which he seems to be successful in doing at the right time using the right means.
The first to respond from the “Israeli” government was “Israeli” Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, who said:” Nasrallah declared today that he will conquer the Galilee. I have news for him. He won’t.” Netanyahu did not say “He can’t.” “Israeli” analysts have always looked at Sayyed Nasrallah as a credible figure who can build up his case and turn any farfetched idea into reality.
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